The Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC) offers annual scholarships to college students majoring in engineering fields that are vital to the work of WSSC. Named in honor of former Commissioners Joyce Starks and Gene W. Counihan – the goal of the Commissioners’ Engineering Scholarship Program is to provide financial assistance to students from WSSC’s service district in furtherance of their engineering studies and to encourage applicants/winners to consider careers in the water, wastewater/water resource recovery industry; and preferably, at WSSC.
Up to two new scholarships in the amount of $1000 each may be awarded; one to a Prince George's County resident and one to a Montgomery County resident. Winners are eligible for additional awards of $1000 each year for up to four consecutive years as long as residency and grade point average (GPA) requirements are met. Winners also receive priority consideration for paid summer internship opportunities at WSSC.
|Unfortunately, the 2020 Engineering Scholarship Program has been postponed due to the current pandemic/public health emergency. We regret having to make this difficult decision and look forward to resuming the scholarship program soon. Please join our mailing list so that we may alert you once the program has resumed with instructions on how to apply. Thank you for your interest. Please stay safe!|
Students are required to submit a written essay (see topic below), along with the following application materials:
To Be Determined Once Program Has Resumed.